Monthly Archives: December 2011

The boy who fell from the sky

The winter 2012 issue of Trout features the heart-felt essay by William Baltz who recalled an early trout-fishing experience with his older brother who later died from injuries sustained in a mid-air plane collision over Brooklyn, N.Y. on Dec. 16, … Continue reading

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Climate impacts on trout

A new study by a team of 11 scientists from TU and federal and state agencies and organizations shows that a changing climate could reduce suitable trout habitat in the western United States by about 50 percent over the next … Continue reading

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Deep trouble in Western waters

Have you read Steve Woodruff’s story in the winter issue of Trout? If so, give us your thoughts on the ongoing attempts to control lake trout populations in the West. The story, one of the most thorough pieces ever written … Continue reading

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President and CEO Chris Wood presents the State of TU

At the 2011 annual meeting, held in Bend, Ore., TU’s President and CEO Chris Wood gave the presentation below to those in attendance. Take a look. It’s definitely worth the time to see what TU has been doing over the … Continue reading

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Q&A with Ted Williams

Ted Williams is one of America’s most respected, renowned and—by those who would despoil our best wild places—feared conservation writers. For more than three decades, he has written tough, passionately informed pieces on a wide range of wildlife conservation issues. … Continue reading

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Best Wild Places Features Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

Field & Stream turned its attention to Alaska’s coastal temperate rain forest — the Tongass National Forest – this month as part of its Best Wild Places series.  Outdoor writer Darren Dorris teamed up with Tim Bristol, director of TU, … Continue reading

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TU Angler Sounds Alarm on South Platte

TU  member and avid carp angler Trevor Tanner was fishing recently on the South Platte in Commerce City, Colo., when he noticed a foul odor and an unnatural sheen on the water. Tanner may have been the first to notice … Continue reading

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